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Wikipedia Throws Günter Bechly Down the Orwellian Memory Hole

On this episode of ID The Future, Robert Crowther talks with paleontologist Dr. Günter Bechly about his entry on Wikipedia which was created in 2012 and suspiciously disappeared in 2015 when he started supporting Intelligent Design. An eminent paleontologist, Bechly was curator of the State Museum of Natural History in Stuttgart, Germany and had numerous species as well as even a family named after him, a high honor in the field. Crowther and Bechly go over the specious reasons given by Wikipedia for Bechly’s deletion, revealing the ideological and authoritarian nature of some the editors at Wikipedia.

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On Human Origins: What the Fossils Tell Us, pt. 4

On this episode of ID the Future, hear more of Casey Luskin’s recent talk at a recent Science and Human Origins conference. Casey discusses why the fossil evidence doesn’t support the claim that humans evolved from ape-like precursors.

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On Human Origins: What the Fossils Tell Us, pt. 3

On this episode of ID the Future, hear more of Casey Luskin’s recent talk at a recent Science and Human Origins conference. Casey discusses why the fossil evidence doesn’t support the claim that humans evolved from ape-like precursors.

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On Human Origins: What the Fossils Tell Us, pt. 2

On this episode of ID the Future, hear more of Casey Luskin’s recent talk at a recent Science and Human Origins conference. Casey discusses why the fossil evidence doesn’t support the claim that humans evolved from ape-like precursors.

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On Human Origins: What the Fossils Tell Us

On this episode of ID the Future, hear a clip of Casey Luskin speaking at a recent Science and Human Origins conference. Casey discusses why the fossil evidence doesn’t support the claim that humans evolved from ape-like precursors.

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An Ocean Apart: New Fossils Challenge Common Ancestry

On this episode of ID the Future, David Boze interviews Casey Luskin about recently discovered fossils that have inspired Darwinists to develop wild and speculative explanations.

Fossils of the Hoatzin bird have previously been found exclusively in South America, but were recently uncovered in Africa — clear on the other side of the Atlantic. As Darwinists struggle to fit the discovery of these fossils into their doctrine of common descent, it becomes apparent that regardless of what new evidence suggests, they will refuse to allow common ancestry to be challenged. Listen in as Boze and Luskin reveal the tendency of Darwinists to pursue PR campaigns rather than scientific inquiry.

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